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    #76
    Anyone else have kids that are Daniel Tiger fans?

    "It's very very very hard to wait..."

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    • ReconSWS
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      Your prints look of excellent quality!

    • Rainmaker

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      Thanks Recon! they are doing pretty well lately. I've had a lot of z-banding to muddle through over time, but learning new tricks here and there. Your reconslides always look pretty exceptional as well, good sir!

    #77
    First test print for a business card embosser for a friend. Need some tweaking.



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      #78
      I went and bought myself a resin printer, so now I can print super detailed parts. This has some fun applications waiting for it.

      Edit: Printer is an Elegoo Mars 2

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      And yes, I need to clean my keyboard apparently. I don't usually inspect it with a macro lens πŸ™ƒ
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      • Spider!

        Spider!

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        boarder2k7 that worked! Thanks!

      • ReconSWS
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        Beautiful prints. Is SLA good for paintball parts?

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        ReconSWS Yeah MSLA resin should be good for small parts. The applications are going to be different than what you get with FDM mostly based on cost and size. MSLA printers are relatively small, the Mars 2 has a build volume of 5.08in(L)*3.15in(W)*5.90in(H). Couple that with a print time of around 1h 45m/inch and large parts start to really hurt. (sorry I didn't see your comment earlier)

      #79
      Printed out Rainmaker 's phantom adapter to test fit on my AMG. It's actually going to go on Mkeeks Spydarm but I didn't know if it was going to work. Spoiler... It does!

      Now to print another one to go on my Spump.

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      • Alexndl
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        Are those tab body or two holes?
        Would love one for my spydarm Imagine body

      #80
      Originally posted by ChoSanJuan View Post
      Printed out Rainmaker 's phantom adapter to test fit on my AMG. It's actually going to go on Mkeeks Spydarm but I didn't know if it was going to work. Spoiler... It does!

      Now to print another one to go on my Spump.

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      I didn't print this of course but, I do like the tube version too! πŸ‘

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      • ChoSanJuan

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        Saw this on my phone last night and it didn't click in my mind that you had this on a Spyder too! A side cocking body would lean better to have the magwell face you instead of the possibility of shooting yourself on a mag swap. Either way, I really like this!

      • Carp

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        Originally posted by ChoSanJuan View Post
        Saw this on my phone last night and it didn't click in my mind that you had this on a Spyder too! A side cocking body would lean better to have the magwell face you instead of the possibility of shooting yourself on a mag swap. Either way, I really like this!
        It needs switched to a rear cocking bolt, instead of the 2012 top cocking version. I really want to turn the mag well around. So, I can put my Spyder threaded short barrel apex on there and flip the ASA/bottle to Hawaiian-style.πŸ˜‰

      #81
      Embossing like a boss!


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      • Spider!

        Spider!

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        Roll it with your fingers, or on a table, or ..?

      • Rainmaker

        Rainmaker

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        With your fingers. It's a little stiff to roll, but it actually works pretty well. Using colored paper, it stands out even better. One suggestion i saw was that if you have something like this, you can borrow someone else's business card and emboss it so it shows up on the back of their card, and hand it back to them

      #82
      Ok, total curiosity... I slapped it on 2 tabbed bodies. Pilot ACS and Bob Seger will feed with one of these bolted on!

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      • Rainmaker

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        You want me to CAD one with like a 3 degree tilt?

      #83
      Designed a GxG 50rd speed feed this afternoon. Printed half and half TPU and PLA+. Works great and survives the inverted shake test quite well!
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        #84
        Took it another step further and made a 10rd tube lid. Don't know why I keep making things for this terrible loader. LOL

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        • Alexndl
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          Be carefull with this hopper I broke 2 of them from direct hit on the hopper... they where each time almost full and lost more money in paint that rolled in wet sand than the value of this cheap hopper. Never again

        • ChoSanJuan

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          Yeah, I've got no real faith in this hopper so it doesn't bother me if it breaks. It's only 40-50 balls so I won't be heartbroken once it fails.

        #85
        Ok, so I scaled up te Gxg 50rd speed feed to fit on my Halo Too. After a few tries of printing the main ring, scaled up, I finally settled on 109%. Off to the field tomorrow to workout and drills and test this new part.
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          #86
          The sock came off ... But it didn't both the print 🀯
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          Looks nice all installed:

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          Love my brass ... Love my SSR ... Hard choices ...

          XEMON's phantom double sided feed


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          • ReconSWS
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            Texture matches the grip perfectly doesn't even look like a print from the pics.

          #87
          Some comic skullz grips for a cheapo project...

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          Velcor will save us...

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          • ReconSWS
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            If you don't care about excess strength, print those vertically-orientated!

          #88
          Originally posted by OpusX View Post
          Some comic skullz grips for a cheapo project...

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          I was considering printing a set of those.

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            #89
            The last thing I printed was fountain top for the new bird bath.
            It was made from a flower pot, a plate and teh 3D printed sphere on top.
            I drilled the plate and run a dripper line through it. The sphere has a holedown the center.
            When water is running, there is a small jet shooting out the top, filling the plate.
            Now out little birds have a water bath that fills itself every time the dripper run 😎

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            Love my brass ... Love my SSR ... Hard choices ...

            XEMON's phantom double sided feed


            Keep your ATS going: Project rATS 2.0
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              #90
              Couple of sheridan to cocker adapter rails. Not my file got it from PhantomMJ on Thingaverse.

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              • JonM

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                Yep. Those are mine. They may be a bit small for a 45 frame, but they are a perfect fit for the single hole frames. Just don’t tighten the frame screws too much or you can split the plastic.

              • BrickHaus

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                I was suprised when the first one came off of the bed. Lol. Im hoping to score a cheap slider frame for giggles.
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